Get Involved in Engineering Student Organizations/Clubs/Honor Societies
American Society of Engineering Management (ASEM)
The department of Engineering Management at ODU is creating this student chapter for American Society of Engineering Management to help both the students that are already in the program and the students who are interested in it. Once they become the member they will get all the privileges provided by the national society.
American Society of Naval Engineers (ASNE)
Welcome to the American Society of Naval Engineers! Our purpose is to advance the knowledge and practice of naval engineering, to enhance professionalism and well being of members, and to promote naval engineering as a career field. This club will help you network with surrounding communities to gain further knowledge of Industries in Hampton Roads Area and with fellow students that share a passion for Naval Engineering!
Cyber Security Student Organization
Cyber Security Student Association (CS2A) is founded with the goal of increasing cyber awareness in and out ODU campus.
Engineering Without Borders (EWB)
EWB-USA ODU presents an opportunity to invest in the future of humanity, while simultaneously investing in the education of its members.
Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE)
Our club is devoted to helping students in the Electrical and Computer Engineering Department as well as students in other departments at Old Dominion University. We provide tutoring and homework help in Kaufman Hall Room 228 to members and students to aid them with their curricular requirements. Our members also strive to promote learning with a hands on approach. As a member of this chapter, you will take part in many networking opportunities, field trips and various engineering competitions.
National Society of Black Engineers (NSBE)
NSBE is the largest Student-Run Organization in the country! With various conferences, summits and our premier event "National Convention", you're sure to network with someone everywhere you go. We welcome anyone and everyone no matter the major. Being a part of NSBE is an opportunity to be exposed to engineering projects, various competitions, and a plethora of opportunities for scholarships, networking and internships.
ODU Biomedical Engineering Students Association
Old Dominion University Biomedical Engineering Student Association (ODU-BMESA) seeks to promote Biomedical Engineering and serve as a nexus for STEAM students with fields that contribute to the greater body that is Biomedical Engineering. It is our aim to eventually host seminars and hands-on events, as well as boost interest in within the field and provide a mentoring network.
ODU Drone Club
This is an organization to: Promote the legal and safe use of drones, Organize drone race tournaments, Connect with courses, and research related to drones and unmanned aerial systems, Connect with other students of other colleges and universities
ODU Engineering Ambassadors
The Dean’s Ambassador program at the Batten College of Engineering and Technology seeks to enhance leadership development and foster a spirit of pride among students within the college and ODU community. The Ambassadors represent the Batten College of Engineering and Technology, and are expected to be a mix of undergraduate and graduate students.
ODU VEX Robotics (VEX)
This project aims to create a VEX U Team at ODU to participate in the 2018-2019 VEX Competition (and the years to follow). These robots have to fit inside of a pre-defined starting square and perform the tasks required by the game, scoring more points than the opposing team. ODU’s VEX U Team, consisting of students from all majors, not just the college of engineering, will design, build, and program two robots to participate in tournaments to earn a spot in the VEX World Championships.
Phi Sigma Rho
Phi Sigma Rho is an engineering sorority open to all females in any engineering or engineering technology field. We are a group dedicated to helping women further their careers as engineers as well as providing a good support system for them.
Society of American Military Engineers
Are you interested in math, science, contracting or engineering? Do you want to have a positive affect on this nation and use your talents to solve problems at home and abroad? Are you in the military? Have you thought about working for the government as a civilian? If you answered yes to ANY of those questions, we would love to have you join us as a member of the Society of American Military Engineers.
Society of Automotive Engineers (SAE)
This organization aims to provide students a hands-on opportunity to apply the knowledge learned in class on real-world projects for international competitions. The organization consists of three divisions: Baja SAE, Formula SAE, and SAE Aero. SAE at Old Dominion University is one of the easiest organizations to join on campus. Please visit one of our labs and speak to a team lead for more information and joining!
Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers (SHPE)
To develop and participate in programs with the industry and the university which benefit Hispanic students seeking technical degrees.
Society of Women Engineers (SWE)
We are a diverse and dynamic international organization that promotes gender equality in STEM fields and provides a variety of academic, personal, and professional resources to support its members. ODU SWE hosts biweekly meetings along with a wide variety of extra social and professional events. Everyone is welcome (including guys!) and getting involved couldn't be easier - just send us an email or add us on Orgsync!
The SUMMIT is here to support, advance, and inspire Male Monarchs of African, and Minority descent, through mentoring by striving to ignite the student’s academic, cultural, and overall development by providing opportunities to grow as role models, leaders, professionals, and scholars.
Tau Beta Pi
Tau Beta Pi is the only engineering honor society representing the entire engineering profession. It is the nation's second-oldest honor society, founded at Lehigh University in 1885 to mark in a fitting manner those who have conferred honor upon their Alma Mater by distinguished scholarship and exemplary character as students in engineering, or by their attainments as alumni in the field of engineering, and to foster a spirit of liberal culture in engineering colleges.
The purpose of Theta Tau is to develop and maintain a high standard of professional interest among its members, and to unite them in a strong bond of fraternal fellowship.